Gourmet Dry Pasta

Our Featured Gourmet Dry Pasta
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Farro spaghetti is a healthy organic pasta flown in from Tuscany. Farro is spelt; a grain that has been grown in Europe for over 300 years, and grown in North America for just over 100 years. Spelt was originally used as a feed for animals, but has become a popular healthy alternative in our menus; farro has a nutty flavor, read more...
Browse our selection of dry pasta. Our main line of dry pasta is coming from Maestri Pastai. The craftsmen at Maestri Pastai are the holders of the Neapolitan pasta making secret handed down from generation to generation. These craftsmen re-introduce the ancient flavors using new techniques. This gives life to a simple handcrafted product but at the same time preserves ancient traditions. Try the various chocolate bars and bark and let us know what you think by giving us your opinion in a product review.

We will be adding exciting new Gourmet Dry Pastas frequently, so come back soon!

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  • Cavatelli Pasta is a pasta from the southern regions of Italy. It is a relatively small pasta shell that curved and the long side is rolled, kind of resembles tiny hot dog buns. This pasta shape is often served with thicker sauces and does also great in salads. Sfoglini is a Brooklyn based producer of small batch, freshly extruded pastas made from some of the finest organic flours produced in Amer... read more
  • Pici is a hand-rolled pasta from Siena in Tuscany; it's like a thick spaghetti, made in long strands that are twisted into coils before drying; once cooked they separate into individual strands again. The cooking time is 22 minutes for al dente. The porous nature of these pici nests makes them the perfect for any type of sauce, but traditionally it is served in Siena All'Aglione, with a tomato, g... read more
  • Pappardelle is a flat pasta, cut into a broad ribbon shape. In width, the pasta is somewhere between tagliatelle and lasagna and is traditionally served with very rich, heavy sauces, especially sauces which include game such as wild boar, and us also delicious with tomato and cheese sauce and with creamy condiments that cling to the whole surface of the pasta. Pappardella comes from the Italian wo... read more
  • Trofie is a delicious classic northern Italian pasta from Liguria and is traditionally served with pesto alla genovese. Its delicate quality makes it ideal to bring out the delicate sweetness of the basil. The artisan pasta factory Pastificio Alta Valle Scrivia is nestled in the Apennine mountains in the village of Montoggio, just inland from the city of Genoa, in the Scrivia Valley, in the coasta... read more
  • This Italian Gigli pasta, also known as Campanelle pasta, has the shape of a rolled cone with ruffled edges; like a bell or a flower. Because of its shape Gigli works well in salads and with chunky sauces. L'Antica Rocca Pasta is certified USDA organic and produced in Siena, Italy. The wheat used to produce the pasta is sown on the Molino Val Orcia Farm where it is estate grown, produced, and pack... read more
  • Sa Fregula or Fregola Sarda is a type of pasta from Sardinia, made from durum wheat semolina that has been 'rolled' into tiny balls of 2-3 mm in diameter, then they are sifted and divided into small, medium and large; Fregola Piccola, Media and Grande. Our Fregola is the medium version. Finally the Fregola are toasted in an oven, resulting in a rich brown color and earthy flavor of the pasta. Some... read more
  • This typical Ligurian pasta shaped into a medallion and is created from a sheet of pasta. It is engraved with the Genoese cross, the cruxetta, the coat-of-arms of its region (Genova), and a stalk of Ligurian wheat. Prepare this past with a butter sauce; it is also extraordinary with a creamy walnut sauce and pesto. The artisan pasta factory Pastificio Alta Valle Scrivia is nestled in the Apennine ... read more
  • These colorful, small bowties, Farfalline Arcobaleno, maintain their luminous color when cooked. Serve with butter and parmesan, pesto, or a cream sauce, to show off their rainbow stripes. The Marella family makes pasta the way it was made hundreds of years ago: by hand. The colors are all natural, and take the spinach green, squid ink black, or hot pepper red traditional pastas a step further an... read more
  • These small zebra bowties, black and white striped bowties, are stylishly striped using dehydrated squid ink and they don't lose any of the inky black color when cooked. The black and white contrast makes for a very dramatic presentation. The Marella family makes pasta the way it was made hundreds of years ago: by hand. The colors are all natural, and take the spinach green, squid ink black, or h... read more
  • Caserecce or Casarecce, (means home-made) is also called Strozzapreti. This pasta looks like a narrow, twisted and rolled tube, is best used when served with chunky sauce and can be used in a variety of casserole dishes. The Gentile Pasta Factory is one of the historic artisan factories that made the city of Gragnano famous throughout the world for its pasta. This small town was dedicated to the p... read more
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